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No, it does not in my experience - it is excellent and such a pleasure to eat the results.
By SweetCinnamon on 25 June 2014
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Very little wastage. I tend to use fairly well shaped courgettes but it seemed to manage a mis shaped sweet potato. I've found it to be really good. I'm doing the 5.2 diet and find it great for preparing a low cal filling meal.
Cathy

By Catherine gibson on 30 July 2014
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Hi, we've used it for courgettes, carrots, cucumbers, beets, turnips, celeriac, sweet potatoes and an onion (the last didn't really work, it was just to see what happened). The shape doesn't matter as long as you cut the top and bottom so it's level in the machine.
By kast1970 on 22 August 2014
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I tend to use only medium sized firm courgettes so there is no problem with any 'mushy seeds,! The only waste is a disc of veg still attached to the prongs of the holder which the blade can't reach and even that is isn't wasted because our dogs eat it. We now much prefer having courgette 'pasta' to the real thing as … see more I tend to use only medium sized firm courgettes so there is no problem with any 'mushy seeds,! The only waste is a disc of veg still attached to the prongs of the holder which the blade can't reach and even that is isn't wasted because our dogs eat it. We now much prefer having courgette 'pasta' to the real thing as it is crunchy and tasty and also has the benefit of reducing our carbs. see less
By BALEX on 28 August 2014
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Hi there, no it doesn't bend and is very sturdy. A high quality item that I highly recommend. We have been using ours often as we are on a gluten-free diet and don't just want to replace gluten grains by gluten-free grains. So we use it a lot to make zucchini noodles. We also use it with sweet potatoes and radish etc. … see more Hi there, no it doesn't bend and is very sturdy. A high quality item that I highly recommend. We have been using ours often as we are on a gluten-free diet and don't just want to replace gluten grains by gluten-free grains. So we use it a lot to make zucchini noodles. We also use it with sweet potatoes and radish etc. Also the knives stay sharp as well. I am very pleased with the item. see less
By Indigo on 28 August 2014
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Not sure, but write to Lurch directly in Germany and I'm sure they can help you.
By Helen M. Smeaton on 30 May 2016
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You do need a little pressure, but if you put it down on a low surface so you are stood over it that would help. It also depends on the vegetable you are spiralling.
By jayne on 23 October 2014
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I have arthritis in my shoulder and the fingers of my right arm and do not find any problems with putting some pressure on the Spiralo, so do not think you will have any difficulty with it.
By big A on 21 March 2015
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No guarantee. No warranty of 2 years you have but.
By tradiero GmbH on 12 October 2015 SELLER